5.20.14 Bronx Matters

20 May
hey are routinely underpaid and threatened while subjected to dangerous working conditions – See more at: http://www.motthavenherald.com/2014/05/19/linen-workers-complain-inhumane-conditions/#sthash.DJI1FxMI.dpufWorkers at a Port Morris cleaning service says they are “routinely underpaid and threatened while subjected to dangerous working conditions,”
they are routinely underpaid and threatened while subjected to dangerous working conditions – See more at: http://www.motthavenherald.com/2014/05/19/linen-workers-complain-inhumane-conditions/#sthash.DJI1FxMI.dpuf
hey are routinely underpaid and threatened while subjected to dangerous working conditions – See more at: http://www.motthavenherald.com/2014/05/19/linen-workers-complain-inhumane-conditions/#sthash.DJI1FxMI.dpuf

Workers at a Port Morris linen company say they are routinely underpaid and threatened while subjected to dangerous working conditions, according to the Mott Haven Herald.

In the Hunts Point Express, “Young Chefs Cook Up a Storm” at The Point.

Last night, BronxTalk focused on how Bronx nonprofits can collaborate on solving problems.

Following the New York Times report yesterday of eight murders in the Bronx’s 47th Precinct this year, the Daily News reported today that the City Council’s Black, Latino and Asian Caucus wants the mayor to hire 1,000 more cops.

Former city councilman Oliver Koppell, who is running for state senator, is more than a little disappointed in his long-term and recent Democratic pol pals who have endorsed incumbent Jeffrey Klein, leader of the Independent Democratic Conference, which has partnered with many state Senate Republican leaders. “I think their endorsement betrays the electorate that elected them,” Kopell told the Daily News.

Bronx art that reflects on urban planning.

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